As has been pointed out by others, this article is not attributed to any source.
It is also worth pointing out that the rise of internet based news services, such as RP in this case, has contributed greatly to the rise of Fake News. Any numpty with a smart phone and an axe to grind can create a press release, and you are lining up ready to spray their garbage to the world, either because of some naive belief in free speech or that you are just too lazy to do some smegging vetting in the first place?
Exactly. This is not news. It is a press release created by a group of people who have banded together for a cause. A good cause and one that I support in theory but nonetheless that is all they are, a group of individuals with an idea.
Regurgitating Press Releases as news is a widespread modern journalistic technique used by major media outlets to save money on scribblers. It is, in my opinion, one of the things that has really accelerated the decline of Newspapers whilst simultaneously helping the spread of the fake news phenomenon.
What makes it event worse is that the RRA press releases are full of spelling and grammatical errors making them appear like they were written by a Primary School child and so poorly structured that sometimes you cannot even work out what they are talking about. This article begins "While in another part of the state they butcher and destroy a valid rail link between Maryborough to Castlemaine........" Starting a paragraph with while would suggest there was an earlier paragraph that they were referring to but no, just more poorly written nonsense.
Much of it also appears to be poorly researched or ill informed. Take this most recent article for example, the RRA have chartered trains on the VGR so they must be aware that the MBY > CME line has been severed at Maldon Junction and the points removed. They must also be aware too that the VGR uses the line from Maldon Junction to CME and that the hell would freeze over before the RTBU would allow volunteer drivers to operate trains over the shared section should the line ever be reconnected. Not to mention the hundreds of thousands of $$$ in signalling costs alone that would be required at this end.